The Elliott: Full-Floor Penthouses, Private Rooftop Terraces – What’s Not to Like?   

If you’ve ever wanted to live in luxury and elegance just a short walk from the Georgetown Waterfront, Café Milano, and dozens of shops and restaurants in the neighborhood, The Elliott may be the perfect option.    

The building includes five residences, each with its own distinct floor plan (and beautifully light-filled). Each home boasts 10-foot ceilings, grand windows overlooking Georgetown and Italian designer kitchens, just to name a few of the many amenities.   

What is perhaps one of the best parts of The Elliott is its dramatic full-floor penthouse with a private rooftop. The three-bedroom plus a den is bright and sunny, with over 3,500-square-feet of living space and its own 1,200-foot landscaped private terrace with panoramic views over the city. Outdoor entertainers can take full advantage of the beautiful Georgetown spring weather with gas grills, firepits, and water and electrical hookups.  

There’s one apartment per floor with an elevator that opens directly into the main living area and/or to a private service corridor. Each apartment comes with parking and storage and can be entered directly from the garage via private elevator. “On the first level, there are two apartments,” said Heidi Hatfield of Hatfield, Weir, Gale, Real Estate, Washington Fine Properties. “The one facing the street has one bedroom and could also be used as an office or commercial space.”  

The second apartment has its own appeal, with a large two-bedroom. It opens directly to a spacious private terrace and garden. Apartments on the third and fourth floors occupy an entire level of the building, with three bedrooms and a den with windows that can be fully opened to the outdoors.  

Weir shared that The Elliott has a green roof with custom, low-maintenance plantings, energy efficient windows and systems, a custom storm water management system (including Elkay personal water bottle filling stations in each unit) and Lutron lighting systems allowing residents to program lighting usage from anywhere. There’s also the ability to have electric car chargers easily added in the garage — but you’ll rarely need a car. “Literally anything you need can be found within a few blocks,” Hatfield said.  

If you’re looking to downsize to one level but don’t want to compromise on space, The Elliott is a great option.  

A bit of history about the building — it’s named after Georgetown developer Robert R. Elliott, who unfortunately passed away last year before seeing the project completed.  

“He envisioned a small luxury boutique condominium on the site of the old Domino’s Pizza, and after the lengthy process of working tirelessly with historic Georgetown to create a building that would blend in,” Hatfield said.  

To learn more about The Elliott, visit And, for a tour, it’s recommended to call one of the listing agents below. Also see below for a photo carousel with some snapshots of the property.

Anne Hatfield Weir (202) 255-2490  

Heidi Hatfield (202) 258-1919  

Jamie Peva (202) 258-5050  

Craig Davitian (202) 333-2225  



(Photos by Connie Gauthier courtesy of Hatfield Weir Gale Real Estate, Washington Fine Properties) 







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